Egypt : Islamic Art

Islamic Art

A figure depicting the 37th session of Al-Hariri's rhythmic prose passages at an oriental hall where Abu-Zeid and his son were standing before the Judge of Jeddah. We can notice that the hall is almost free of furnishment, except some engraved boxes, benches and arabesque-decorated hanging tarpaulins. The medieval ages are characterized by manufacturing textiles in which the Arabs were masters.